Transitioning to Open Systems: Concepts, Methods, and Architecture Steven L. Shaffer

ISBN: 9781558603134

Published: January 1st 1996

Unknown Binding

245 pages


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Transitioning to Open Systems: Concepts, Methods, and Architecture  by  Steven L. Shaffer

Transitioning to Open Systems: Concepts, Methods, and Architecture by Steven L. Shaffer
January 1st 1996 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 245 pages | ISBN: 9781558603134 | 5.15 Mb

Organizations of all sizes have begun the process of transforming their legacy information systems into modern environments that take advantage of open information technologies. Emphasizing the important combination of technology and methodology,MoreOrganizations of all sizes have begun the process of transforming their legacy information systems into modern environments that take advantage of open information technologies.

Emphasizing the important combination of technology and methodology, Steven Shaffer and Alan Simon help you determine a clear, realistic view of how open information technology should be deployed throughout your organization to ensure that costly, time-consuming efforts in this realm succeed. Their book examines open systems from a strategic, architecture-level perspective, focusing on the integration of networking, data management, business logic, user interface, and related types of open technology based services.

Features: Emphasizes the combination of technology with rigorous procedures and methodology to ensure a successful transition. Provides a case study of a successful transition using the systematic approach and set of methods presented in the book.



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